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Quevedo Vintage 2011 Port Wine (Single Bottle)
  • Quevedo Vintage 2011 Port Wine (Single Bottle)
  • Quevedo Vintage 2011 Port Wine (Single Bottle)

Quevedo Vintage 2011 Port Wine (Single Bottle)

€112.50
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Quevedo Port WIne Vintage 2011

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£112.50 - "Fresh and vibrant whiff of earthy strawberry patch, fennel, pine needles and mocha. A decadent young Port that hits above its weight, and given the density and concentration of this beguiling youngster, that is saying a heck of a lot. Possessing a well-sculpted fruit driven frame of boysenberry and black cherry flavors, sheer elegance and intensity combined with well-balanced structural building blocks. The tannins are soft, suave and fine-grained, yet provide enough oomph to allow this 2011 to remain in the cellar for decades. Excellent persistence and fruit filled finesse prevail on the aftertaste with a dollop of warming spirit. This will drink well at all stages of its lifespan and best from 2028-2040"

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More Information
Region
Denomination
Colour
Cast
Harvest
Year
Bottled
Year
AVIN Number
Douro
Port
Red
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Barroca, Others
2011
2013
 
Analysis:
Alcohol
Total Acidity
PH
Volatile Acidity
Residual Sugars
Total SO2
Baumé
20%
4.96 g/l
3.59
 
100 g/l
Contains
 
Wine Making
Vinyard
Wine Maker
Vinification
Quinta Vale d’Agodinho, Trovisca, Alegria, Mós
Claudia Quevedo
The 2011 harvest was close to perfect in terms of weather, which is one of the most important variables in winemaking. A long and cold winter with plenty of rain created water reserves in the soil, followed by a warm spring and a mild start to the summer. A couple of showers in mid August and in early September then helped restore the vines. After the last rain, it was dry, perfect for the harvest, which started on September 5th. Totally de-stemmed grapes followed by a slow fermentation with temperature control up to 26ºC degrees. Not filtered. Bottled in April 2013
Ageing
7 years
Soil
Average Production
Schist
 
Tasting Notes
Aroma
Visual
Palate
Finish
Consumption
Suggestions
Dark-red and black fruits combined with a hint of spices
Dark purple-black color
Dark fruit flavors are sustained by a robust, velvet structure. The very long and persistent tannins help the cacao notes in the finish stand ou
 
 
Chocolate, nuts or blue cheese
Bottle
Bottle Size
Storage
Longevity
Shape
Seal
Price per litre
Price per bottle
750 ml
 
 
 
 
£150
£112.50
Awards

 

. Gold Medal - Mundus Vini Awards, Germany 2013

Quevedo
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2019-07-01

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